In my case the SharePoint Config DB log size became 35 GB which ate up all the disk space nearly crashing the system . This is a development machine so disk space was limited to 50 GB .
Did some search and the below steps solved the issue. The steps given below is not recommended to be implemeted in production , only in development / QA machine in order to save some resource .
1) Right click on you DB -> Properties
3) Change the Recovery Model to SIMPLE and Click Ok
Once that is done ,
-Right click on DB -> Tasks - > Shrink -> Files
- In File type select log and click OK
My Config DB Log files were reduced from 35 GB - > 504 KB
Note : Simple recovery model is not suggested for Production Systems
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Sharepoint Config DB Size Grown too large
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My config log file on production server is 122GB. To get it back under control can I set it to Simplerecovery mode, backup the db. Set initial size and growth to appropriate size then set back to full recovery?
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